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Confirmation of medal please

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Hi all, I’m hoping for confirmation that this medal is 32nd Anniversary medal of the Russo/Japanese war. It’s beautifully designed with great details!

Thank you all,

Tom

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This is a plaquette in commemoration of 30th anniversary of the R-J war.

Made by the Mint.  

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Another variant of case for this plaquette that I have in my collection. 

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奉天占領公報 - Mukden Occupation Bulletin

;) 

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Naturally this is battle of Tsushima.

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Thanks again Nick, is there anything you don’t have!

Tom

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